Iris is the personification of the rainbow. She is the Goddess of the sea and the sky, and one of the messengers of the Gods. She is also representative of communication and new endeavours.

Being Goddess of the sea and the sky, she can travel anywhere on the planet in the blink of an eye. And speaking of eyes, the iris is named after her (funnily enough!), to represent all of the different colours that eyes can actually be.

This is a PowerPoint / Bryce 3D mish-mash, which is the next stop-off point on my tour of Mount Olympus, which you can just about see in the background there!


    1. Look out Prenin! Remember your comment a while back about Nasa chasing your thoughts…You may get out of Nasa’s range and not be able to get back . Actually you might be better off out there than down here πŸ™‚ Stay well my friend…VK πŸ™‚

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      1. My thoughts are tracked by the Manchester Airport RADAR while it’s Tom’s thoughts that are wandering in deep space! LoL!!! πŸ™‚

        I’ve been told to keep my mind at home – apparently it’s too small to be left wandering alone! πŸ˜‰

        God Bless! πŸ™‚


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  1. Okay….Please tell me what those little things flying around in the air are. Sadly I don’t have my glasses on 😦 One looks like a hummingbird and the other a whale. What? Wait. A whale? Oh my goodness. Love the pic TL. You did a great job with the rainbow….VK

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    1. Thanks, VK. The rainbow was created by software, though, in this case I merely clicked a button! The little things flying around are meant to resemble gulls – although in reality they’re just random shapes hastily created in PowerPoint. If you can zoom into the one on the rainbow, the beak isn’t even attached to the body!

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